Miley Cyrus wowed the crowd when she made a surprise appearance down the runway at Marc Jacobs‘ Fall/Winter show at New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, but one audience member who wasn’t so thrilled about the bombshell was the singer’s archnemesis Nicki Minaj who watched from the front row. Fans lost their minds when Miley Cyrus appeared out of nowhere walking alongside other models while showing off her tight abs and new mullet cut as Nicki Minaj sat on the sidelines.
Miley Cyrus sizzled on the runway in a black crop with baggy pants that sat just below her belly button to show off her impressive abs. Accessorizing her edgy look with leather opera gloves and a beautiful diamond necklace, the “She Is Coming” singer strutted her stuff down the high-fashion catwalk alongside supermodels Gigi and Bella Hadid, as well as Kaia Gerber. Nicki Minaj wowed too wearing a Marc Jacobs floral dress while sitting next to her husband, Kenneth Petty, with a perfect view of the runway.
The duo’s feud goes all the way back to 2015 when the “Queen” Radio host called out Miley Cyrus at the VMA Awards following an interview where the “Mother’s Daughter” star discussed Minaj’s then-issue with Taylor Swift in a New York Times interview. When Nicki Minaj jumped onto the VMA stage to claim her award, she publicly addressed Miley Cyrus on the mic saying, “had a lot to say about me the other day in the press. Miley, what’s good?” Many thought Miley Cyrus’ song “Cattitude” song was a diss at Minaj with the lyric, “I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi.” Minaj and Cardi B got in an epic brawl at a New York Fashion Week brawl in 2018.
Miley Cyrus shut down the rumors that “Cattitude” was a direct shot at Nicki Minaj and instead explained that she used it as a term of endearment. “They’re both queens. And anytime you want to feel powerful and strong, that’s my go-to: Cardi and Nicki,” she reportedly said, according to PEOPLE. But Nicki Minaj wasn’t satisfied with that answer and reignited their years-long feud on her radio show over the summer. “Perdue Chickens can never talk (expletive) about queens,” she stated. “But I do notice a lot of Perdue chickens have been trying to say the queen’s name for clout. And that’s always been happening. And that’s what (Cyrus) did in the first place. And the white girl cry and made the black girl seem like she was a bad guy… She disrespected me in a magazine article for no reason.”